Coughing

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I am still awaiting thyroid scan went back to GP has still unwell coughing he says coughing is not a sign of a goitre although on the NHSWeb site it clearly says it is now I am on omeprezole to see if that helps the cough has antibiotics did nothing and I am still on 100 ml aday of thyroxine

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    Hi Nicola, I developed a dry cough, it appeared to coincide with the formula being changed on medication, spoke to pharmacist who had not heard of this happening before, I took myself off the medication and cough improved, though took a couple of weeks (I would not encourage anyone to stop taking medication), however just an awareness of side effects, to discuss further with GP.
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    Same here Nicola new blood pressure tablets and developed cough but doctor knew this was a side effect this could be same for you.

    changed tablets 3 or 4 times but it took a while for cough to go away.

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    I myself suffer from a chronic cough, but also feels like I have to keep clearing my throat.  My endo told me that Post nasal drip is common with hypothyroidism.  Not sure if this is what you may be experiencing, but just a though..
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